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I was amused that the two, vastly different books I just added to LibraryThing are also in your library - Alone in London by Hesba Stretton, a Victorian era hardcover tract, and The Island of Lost Maps by Miles Harvey. Catholic tastes with a small c, that's what we have. Speaking of which, we also share a lot of Frances Parkinson Keyes and the last couple of her books I found were on Saint Anne and Our Lady of Guadalupe, capital-c Catholic. LibraryThing as usual quietly and unobtrusively improving things, has a What should you borrow? feature - i.e. books out of your library they think I would like and vice versa. Interesting, although most of the recommendations are simply I-haven't-listed-yet or read-but-unowned. Hope all is well with you these days! I believe you made it to the Abe meet this year?
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